Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and rural customers with quality products, marketing, and friendly service at competitive prices that will enhance producer profitability and keep Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative financially strong and growing.

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As of  3-3   Hoffman is receiving dry corn at the terminal.  FYI


Pro-Ag is now offering free delayed pricing on corn/beans/wheat delivered Jan 15th forward.  No charges until Aug 1st which will then accrue at a 5 cent/bu/mo rate for corn/soybean,  8 cent/bu/mo for wht.


New Crop Corn Average Seasonal Price (ASP) as of 3/25/2020  is $3.81


Corn  FM and Tw Discounts have changed.  12-19-19. Go to divisions at the top then, grain/ corn grading factors

Pro-ag will not accept corn less than 49# test wt. 


Pro-Ag will not be paying interest on deferred grain payments going forward.





AUGUST 13 2018 



  June 25 2019 




February 27 2019 






Bids are subject to change


Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on March 31, 2020, 05:46:16 AM CDT


Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Clear
Temperature 33°F
Dew Point 25°F
Pressure 30.15 in. Hg
Humidity 72%
Wind 9 mph
From East


Ag Market Commentary

Corn Lower after Monday
Corn futures ended the first trading day of the week with 4 to 4 3/4 cent losses in the front months. Corn exports from the week ending 03/26 were 49.96 mbu, which was 0.387 mbu above the same week a year ago. That put MYTD corn shipment at 711.06 mb...
Hogs Close Limit Down
Expanded limits were reached for the front month lean hog futures. June contracts closed 2 1/2 cents off the limit. The CME Fresh Bacon Index from 03/27 was $15.74 lower wk/wk to $98.80 cwt. That is $87.74 cwt. (-47%) below the same week from 2019. T...
Cotton Rally not Enough
Cotton futures rallied back from midday lows, but still closed with losses of 5 to 72 points in the front months. Global governments have been restrictive for logistics and urge that retail purchases focus on food and medicine. The dollar index was s...
Beans Mixed Mostly Higher
Soybeans were mixed on Monday, old crop gains were fractional to 1 1/4 cents, while Sept and Nov losses were 1 1/4 to 2 1/4 cents respectively. Soybean meal futures closed $2.40/ton higher. May bean oil futures were 2 points higher. USDA reported a l...
Wheat Recovered but Closed Red
Wheat futures rallied back from midday lows of 7 1/2 cent losses, but still closed in the red. CBOT wheat ended mixed as May was 1 3/4 cents lower but the July and September contracts were 1 and 2 1/4 cents higher. Front month HRW wheat futures were ...
Cattle Closed Mostly Lower
Front month cattle futures were firmer on Monday. April cattle futures traded $1.75 lower, while the other front months were 35 cents lower to 17 cents higher. Futures will trade with normal limits tomorrow. Feeder cattle futures ended the Monday ses...


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